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Fruit Punch Music is Spotify for kids

Fruit Punch Music provides families access to a huge library of ad-free music kids love, while providing peace of mind for parents that every song is appropriate.

Fruit Punch, Inc. is the world’s first music streaming platform built just for kids. Fruit Punch Music is offered by Fruit Punch, Inc., the industry’s preeminent provider of music services for pre-K’s through children eight years of age. Fruit Punch Music gives families access to a wide variety of songs, all subjected to an industry-first multipoint approval process to ensure children never hear inappropriate language or subject matter.

Fruit Punch Music is a first-of-its-kind app that allows kids the freedom to explore music across genres and decades from artists such as Maroon 5, Taylor Swift, Beyonce and The Temptations. With dozens of stations ranging from pop to country, alternative pop to Disney, parents can share in the listening experience while their children discover engaging new music. With Fruit Punch Music, music discovery is exciting and healthy — kids can explore tens of thousands of songs across decades of music.

Unlike other streaming services, parents can guide their child’s listening by setting daily time limits or blocking specific stations. Importantly, children will never see or hear product advertisements because Fruit Punch Music is completely ad-free.

Fruit Punch values families’ privacy and has designed the streaming service to collect as little personal information as possible. Any collected data is used solely to improve the service within their strict privacy policy and is never sold to any third party. The app does not integrate with any social network or use any advertising platform, and is fully compliant with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).

Fruit Punch Music gives all families a seven-day free trial with unlimited access to all features and content. Subscription pricing is $3.99 per month or $24.99 annually. The service is available for iOS at FruitPunchApp.com and the Apple App Store.

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